Glasgow & West Scotland

Three men injured in 'violent' assault in Glasgow flat

Parnie Street Image copyright Google
Image caption The suspects are believed to have run off towards King Street

Three men were injured in a "violent" attack by five men who forced their way into a flat in Glasgow city centre.

It is thought the suspects ran off from the flat in Parnie Street, towards King Street, at about 15:00 on Sunday.

The victims, aged 35, 36 and 40, were taken Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Two of the men were later released, while the 36-year-old was said to be "stable".

Police said they believed it was a targeted attack and appealed for help in identifying the men responsible.

Det Insp David MacGregor said: "Officers are viewing CCTV and making door-to-door inquiries to gain information as to who is responsible for these violent assaults."

Anyone who saw a group of five men acting suspiciously around Parnie Street at the time of the incident has been asked to contact the police.

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